While most companies aspiring to list on the ASX have faltered during the Coronavirus, telehealth company, InteliCare (ASX:ICR) has managed to get their listing away.
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InteliCare has been shortlisted as a finalist in two categories of the Lateral INCITE Awards, Social Impact and Smarter Communities.
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In a market where the COVID-19 pandemic has rocked the waters, InteliCare is one of three small caps that still have positive growth metrics.
InteliCare has received the highest number of votes on the WA Government’s iThink website, showing support from the public for the smart technology supporting seniors ageing at home.
Continuing InteliCare’s push to list on the ASX during the COVID-19 pandemic, lead manager, JP Equity, sent the allocations for the $5.5 million offer.
As confidence in duress pendants decreases, InteliCare offers a reliable health & wellbeing solution to support seniors living at home.
InteliCare is uniquely positioned to help aging Australians that want to avoid full time aged care facilities but are still on the waiting list to receive a Home Care Package from My Aged Care.